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  1. #1
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    ASUS Xonar USB audio card -> Static/Electricity noise on microphone[AUDIO SAMPLE]

    Hey.

    So I have this problem since I have my new USB audio card - ASUS XONAR U3. I know that it causes this phenomenon, but I don't know what happens actually back there and how can I fix it.
    The phenomenon is a static/electricity noise on the background of the recordings. (Fraps/Shadowplay/Windows Recorder, whatever recording software)
    Although all of these, the quality of my voice is really great, the only problem being the static noise on the background.

    Static noise sample:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8HgHRep1gQ

    Voice quality sample (Was speaking Romanian, just hear out the quality):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDe07nO4xxU

    Does anybody have any idea what actually causes this phenomenon and more important, how to fix it?


    I tried:

    -New drivers.
    -Putting the USB audio card into the front panel
    -Tweaking microphone settings (level, boost, etc)

  2. #2
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    February 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by WertyRO View Post
    Hey.

    So I have this problem since I have my new USB audio card - ASUS XONAR U3. I know that it causes this phenomenon, but I don't know what happens actually back there and how can I fix it.
    The phenomenon is a static/electricity noise on the background of the recordings. (Fraps/Shadowplay/Windows Recorder, whatever recording software)
    Although all of these, the quality of my voice is really great, the only problem being the static noise on the background.

    Static noise sample:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8HgHRep1gQ

    Voice quality sample (Was speaking Romanian, just hear out the quality):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDe07nO4xxU

    Does anybody have any idea what actually causes this phenomenon and more important, how to fix it?


    I tried:

    -New drivers.
    -Putting the USB audio card into the front panel
    -Tweaking microphone settings (level, boost, etc)



    Hi! I have the same problem as you with my Asus xonar u3... Did you fix it?

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